The challenge this week is to answer one question.
What is your anchor?
The answer to this question is found in the things you turn to when the storms of life hit.
For example: a bad test grade, a loss of a job, a fall out with a best friend, getting left out, breaking a promise, saying something really hurtful b/c you were hurt, making a huge mistake…
What do you turn to… what is your anchor?
Many might say their family, their best friend or their spouse. Others, their job, money or their past accomplishments. Yet some may have a “broken anchor” of alcohol, pornography and/or substance abuse.
The test of an anchor worthy of your trust, must be able to keep things together and grounded regardless of the circumstance.
The difficulty with an anchor being a best friend or even a spouse is the fact that we are all broken and in process. Think about it, the people we hurt the most are the ones who are usually closest to us.
Whom or what is your anchor?
The verse of the week shows to us an anchor that has proven to weather any storm.
May you find peace and trust in a worthy anchor that will hold you together no matter what comes your way.
Verse of the week:
We have this hope as an anchor for our soul, firm and secure. It enters the inner sanctuary behind the curtain, where our forerunner, Jesus, has entered on our behalf. He has become a high priest forever, in the order of Melchizedek.